Avison Young has been appointed to market high quality industrial units in Ossett, Wakefield and Chapeltown in Sheffield, which collectively offer over 72,000 sq ft of space.
Set on 1.48 acres of land, the property on Smith Way, Ossett is a former print works with a two storey brick-built office and 24-space car park, to accompany the 29, 207 sq ft factory and adjoining 6,018 sq ft warehouse.
With a gross internal floor area of 33,367 sq ft, Unit 21 Chambers Way is located at Thorncliffe Park in Sheffield. The unit, which was formerly used for storage and distribution, is part steel truss frame and part steel portal frame, spread across four bays with 1,812 sq ft dedicated to office space.
Rob Oliver from Avison Young’s industrial team in Leeds said: “We are delighted to have been appointed to market these units on behalf of our clients. The unit on Smith Way, Ossett offers a rare opportunity to acquire freehold premises in the area. It has excellent motorway access, being close to Junction 40 of the M1, and additionally has an enhanced power supply of circa 500 kva.
“Unit 21, which is part of the popular and well-established Thorncliffe Park Industrial Estate, is available on flexible terms, and also benefits from an excellent location just off Junction 35a of the M1.
“As the year draws to a close, the industrial sector in Yorkshire is showing no signs of slowing down and we expect this to continue into 2020, especially in the small to mid-size market.”
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